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Tulsi Restaurant Review: Tulsi, moving from its intimate 30-seat spot to just a few blocks away, gained a full bar and much more space. While it seems it might take a bit of time for it to grow into the different digs in terms of service, the menu still offers refined Indian fare. Try the malai kebab, chicken marinated in sour cream with hints of cumin and garlic, or the large local mussels in a ginger curry sauce. Dip your onion kulcha bread into the broth and let it tingle on the tongue. Some familiar dishes are here, like a chicken tikka masala, but the tomatoes in the creamy sauce take the mild dish to a new level, and a vegetarian navratan korma merges nine vegetables, along with cashews and saffron, into a hearty, aromatic delight. Anything vindaloo is hot, hot, hot, but end with the mellow rice pudding to cool things down.